They will be benefitted by getting to know the intricacies of the Consumer Protection Legislation, Right to Information and Protection of Human Rights. Such internship programmes offer an opportunity to the students to experience the practical working of laws. Dr. Naresh Vats, Convener of the Placement & Training Cell of the Institute of Law informed that the students who have completed their Internship programme are well exposed to the practical part of the training. He further informed that the selected students for Haryana Information Commission are Ashutosh Bansal, Deepak Kumar, Ravi Jagmeet, Vipin Mann, Mukesh Kumar and Narender Bhoria from Xth Semester and Arun Gupta, Lakhmi Chand and Mukund Goyal from 8th Semester and 11 students for Punjab State Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission, Chandigarh are Naina Vashisth, Ranjna, Nitanshu Arora, Rajat Kamboj, Jaspreet Singh, Sangram Singh, Anmol Verma, Damanpreet Singh, Amit Arora, Ishan Bhardwaj and Amandeep Singh all from B.A.LL.B.(Hons.) of 8th Semester course. He further said that institute was making further efforts to get students trained in various commissions at the National and State level.
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